Tips To Crack English In SBI Po Exam

English Language section is the most common one in all the Bank Exams. As English is considered as the official language and is used in every documentation purpose, it is a part of every competitive examination. But most of the candidates are unable to qualify in the exams as they are unable to cope up with the sectional cut-off.

The English section is the easiest one out of all the sections. The candidates must try to attempt each question correctly and if they are not able to so then they must follow some golden rules to have a guaranteed success.

In order to help the candidates with this, there are a few tips provided to strategize the plan for the preparation of English section for SBI PO.

  • Make Reading a Daily Habit:
    The candidates must be aware that the comprehensions that come in the examinations are excerpts from the newspapers or from magazines. So, the habit of reading newspapers daily must be inculcated. The Editorial section must be properly read every day.
  • Development of Vocabulary:
    Most people fail in the bank exams like SBI PO as there is a sectional cut-off and they are not able to clear the English Section. This mainly happens due to their lack of grip on Grammar as most of the questions are either fill in the blanks or finding the incorrect word. This can be improved again by reading newspapers on a daily basis or reading story books.
  • Jot Down the Unknown Words:
    No one is perfect in this world and hence a person might face difficulties while reading newspapers. We often ignore the words whose meaning we don’t know, rather we must note down the words and with the help of a dictionary should find out the meaning of the word.
  • Practice is the need of time:
    Apart from keeping all these points in mind, the candidate must also try to solve the mock papers as well as previous year question papers to get an idea about the questions that come in these exams.
  • Try Attempting English Section in the Beginning:
    As there are comprehensions that require a lot of time to be read and then answer the questions, it is advised that the English Section must be attempted at the beginning as it becomes quite difficult to read and answer the questions of the comprehension after solving the tougher sections like Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning.

Therefore, it is advised to take up the English Section at the very first.

Plan everything beforehand and start preparation accordingly. Watching English movies, various english news channels and moreover trying to have a conversation in english must also help in improving a person’s knowledge in English.

Hope the points discussed above are helpful. Follow them and succeed in your upcoming bank exams. Stay tuned to Byju’s for more.

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